Resident of Grand Ajnara Heritage, Sector 74 on Tuesday lodged a complain with Noida Development authority and Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) against the developer of Supertech Capetown for repeatedly flouting the environment norms.
Dhananjay Singh, president of Apartment Owners Association (AOA), Grand Ajnara Heritage, complained that the developer is flooding sewage water mixed with rain water in the neighbourhood park. He said, "The vegetation of the park will now be damaged again as the untreated sewer water is flooding the park."
He made his complain via Twitter. In his post, Dhananjay Singh said, “Suptertech Capetown in Sector 74 is releasing society's waste and rain water in the park. It will destroy the greenery and development in the park. They (developer) is taking benefit of the rain for releasing sewage water.”
He tagged Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, CEO of Noida Authority Ritu Maheshwari and Noida MLA Pankaj Singh in the post. He urged them to initiate strict action against the developer.
Earlier, the authorities had imposed a hefty fine on the developer for violation of rules as the pollution control board found them guilty. They had imposed a fine of Rs 18 lac around two months ago.